The animation is stunning and it's a really cute short. While the overall message is good, it's delivered in very basic, commonplace phrases that are the entire dialogue of the film, which makes it lack depth.
This movie doesn't do anything we haven't seen before, but it is charming and entertaining and has funny moments. I love that we are getting more comedies with Asian women as protagonists. Sandra Oh and Awkwafina do a fantastic job with their parts, playing against type, and they have great chemistry.
This movie is creative, bold, and hilarious. Emma Stone delivers a brilliant and fearless performance, and Mark Ruffalo matches her energy so well. Also, the world-building with its surreal elements is captivating.
I was a little nervous during the first part of the movie, I thought I wasn't going to like it because Bella is so vulnerable and naive and surrounded by men who think they know what's best for her and want her for themselves; it was incredibly uncomfortable…
I don’t think I have the words to express how good this movie is. This is a quiet movie, that avoids every cliche from the romance genre. It explores what-ifs and the idea of fate versus choice, which is why it is so relatable for so many people, and beyond that, it explores identity and the way language and culture make such a big part of who we are. The performances are so good that you forget you are watching…